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Bug – Cannot unprotect

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  • Plugin Author Jason Coleman

    @strangerstudios

    Thanks for the heads up. I’m able to reproduce this and will have an update shortly.

    In a pinch you can delete the corresponding row in the pmpro_memberships_pages table.

    Plugin Author Jason Coleman

    @strangerstudios

    I’ve fixed this on the development version of the plugin. It will go out with version 1.5.5 (probably tonight).

    If you can’t wait, you can see the edit here and patch your own version:
    https://github.com/strangerstudios/paid-memberships-pro/commit/f641d2c41a930b281ba2cf09f0ec86784eb52131

    Thanks, I’ll wait for the update. Is there a way to make a child theme of the plugin? I had to change a line of CSS (text shadow) because it interfered with another.

    Or can I just save my current CSS file from this version and replace in the update coming before I install?

    Plugin Author Jason Coleman

    @strangerstudios

    You’d have to save and replace. You can enqueue a new style and have it depend on “pmpro_frontend”. Then that css would load after PMPro’s and you can override the styles.

    That would look like:

    wp_enqueue_style('pmpro_custom', get_template_directory_uri() . '/css/pmpro-custom.css', array('pmpro_frontend'));

    I should add a way to replace the css (for e.g. use pmpro.css if it’s int he active theme folder). This is pretty common in plugins. I’ll consider it for a future release.

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